Yeovil Town have brought in their sixth signing of the summer. Manager Darren Sarll has recruited defender Tom Bradbury who was last on the books of Scottish side Dundee. The 21 year old was a trialist during Saturday's 2-0 win over Stratford Town, wearing the No.6 shirt during the first hour of the match. He has signed a one year contract with the Glovers.
Born on February 27th 1998, he is a central defender, who started off his career as a Milton Keynes Dons academy player. He then went on to play for Bishop's Stortford and Banbury United. He was signed up by Scottish side Dundee to play for their Reserve Team during the 2018-19 season, and then spent the second half of the season on loan with National League North side York City. Last season he appeared twice for Dundee's first team, with both coming in the Scottish Challenge Cup. He sat on their first team bench once in the Scottish Premiership but didn't get onto the pitch.
The Glovers have also brought in central defender Luke Wilkinson from Stevenage, striker Rhys Murphy from Chelmsford City, defender Lee Collins from Forest Green Rovers, midfielder Andrew Crofts from Newport County and midfielder Albi Skendi from Stratford Town since the appointment of Darren Sarll as manager.
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